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Couldn’t Be Ignored

Posted by terrepruitt on October 20, 2017

There is always beauty.  We might be too preoccupied to see it.  We get sad, we get mad, we have all kinds of emotions and we get a lot of thoughts in our head that keep us from seeing it, but . . . it is always there.  It also depends on how strict your definition of beauty is.

I snapped this last year three days after I found my dad dead.  I felt kind of guilty because I was in awe of how gorgeous the day was.  Yet, I felt like I shouldn’t be able to be entranced by such beauty, like I should just be sad and not recognize it.  But I couldn’t do it.  I couldn’t let the wonder that God had created go ignored because I was sad.  So, I took a few pictures as my hubby was driving us . . .

I thought I would share this beautiful day for today’s Friday Photo.

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2 Responses to “Couldn’t Be Ignored”

  1. Our minds need ways to pull ourselves from life’s grief or we would never move on.


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